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From Our Near Neighbors j
ToOurOpocial Purchase ri
SUITS AND u
T.nTl profit rraatly kr heoalnf ye-oi
nit or ovrooat bow. Bolt ana Ovr.
cotg np to th minnt la sty Is aad fit,
a.our.d from on of tb boat tailoring
hops la Am arte, far below alr real
irt lm th newest patten end
Tb bow Tartaa checks, chalk 11b
broken plalda. brown. Mot ut grey
diagonals aad th naver-fed, Oawegt
Are the sow Belsneoaea nodal, la
beautiful shade, of grey brows.
Hod back ehlnehUla. or k.rs.ys, la
feet, .very popalar atria.
NOTE I HE DIG SAVINGS f
Wi I mouth.
TJili vVk of own..h
Mra. Hornre r-htnra waa a ri'nt via
Ut with frlenria In Nrhawka.
Tho vote In the city on woman auf
rage last Tureday was 10 for and M
Mlsecs Dalny Johisen an1 Henrietta
utler ere homo from the Peru Normal
Mra. friaries Hltchmsn anil fsmlly of
Omaha are spending the week with rela
Mm. Jano Colbert !a vialtlng at Pal
.uyra at tho home of her granddaughter,
rfr. Canoe I.
R. Btalkl. haa ton to Waco to spend
he winter at the homo of hla nephew,
Howard Calkin. .
Riley Rector haa' gone to Stockton,"
ian., for a visit with the families of hie
aon and daughter.
Mra. Hrott of Korcheptcr, Neh., la vie
Una; at tho homca of her eon, Roy, and
eughter. Mrs. J, M." K II bourn.
K N. Monaon and Will Folts of Couth
Jmthl were In town thla week, being
here to look after land lntereetn.
The Hoard of Education haa hlied Mra.
T. V. Truman, wife of the aupenntond
i nt. 'n an additional teacher In the nigh
Mra. M. A. H a rmer enjoyed a vlalt tha
flrat of the week from her muter. Mr.
Isaac Wilea, and her huaband, of Platta-
nits sad CCoete,
in woolen fab.
lea. CIS and 116.60
valnee, aala Price
nit. and O'Ooata,
is and ago val
ues, aala prioa. . .
ta.00 at y lea..,
OOo fred. ...
Black and White
or knit tlaa,
BOO tralnaa. . .
l.aoo pants Mini
Specially priced I
ET aaaaa) aa aaaa
lao Xoaa, ..7,r
18o rradae. .. I 2G
Jaraay Bwaatara, Tal-
Wool Vaderwear, 11.00
u aio nyiH,
CANAL HELPING AMERICANS
Shipment! So Far Indicate Half of
Total it Between Coasts.
MUCH EXCHANGE OF TRAFFIC
Raw Materlala Coming to Unite
State. from Chile aad MaaoTao
tareri fiooda tiolaa; Bark
WASHINGTON. Nov. S. Two monthe
experience haa developed certain facta
of treat Importance regarding the prdb
abla trado currents through tha ranama
canal. Nearly 800,000 tona of cargo pasaod
through tho waterway from the opening
up to October IS. Baaed on thla traffic,
tha conclusion Is reached that about half
of tha canal's business has been tha
trafflo between the eaat and west coasts
, of tha United Htates. conducted In Amer
ican bottoms. This shipping would have
been asampt from toll and tha canal
would hav been deprived of SO per rent
of Its revenue had not congreas repealed
Allied Amy Rejects
The fighting Europeans need men, but
not badly enough to admit one Into tha
array who la ruptured. Do not thla proYa
that a ruptured person U sadly Uetiulent?
A FREE Treatment tor Rup
ture Will Be. Presented to(
Each Caller at Loyal Hotel. '
Alao tha privilege; of wUaaaslng a mot
rrnarto,le deiuonatrRllori of ' wlmt
HTLAlirB PlyAHAO-PAJjS do foe rup
tured people. Tha Plauao-Pad at an
entirely new and wonderful treatment
for rupture, curing a they have tha
worm forms in the privacy of the hom.
without hindrance from work., and, at
by . TUAR T $.PLAP. O-PADS
neaiia that you can throw away tha
painful truaa altogether, as they are
mad to cure ruptur and not almply
to hold It, but being aelf-adhaatv, and
whan adhering: rlnaely to the body sXp
alng la ImpoHHlhle, therefore, they ar
also an lniportanl factor In retaining
rupture that cannot h held by a truaa.
No atrap, hmklea or aprtnga. NO
THUSU. liinoitrator Habcock, who Is
authority on mat tela pertaining to th
application, of the flnpao-pad to any
partlotilar ruptur, will be at th Mot A
loyaJr hunday, November -114 OBI.T.
Hour 10 a. in. to 7 p. m., at h will
h piiicd to K've, wrriioirr chakuic,
to all who cifclU, pnrt advfoe and trial
eelf-tfeatmnnt. 'lo not fiil, to, call on
Mi . BarMMM k during hi atay In your
i lt, a thla la the cliknr of a lifetime.
..." f - ; . . .
Will Go on Sale
Watch hJ fpr for Details.
the section of the fan am canal act, ex
empting American ' shipping from such
Thla purely American trad Include!
manufactured roods of great variety,
which wer carried on forty-nine Amer
Next In volume and Importance was
th trafflo between th eastern coast
of tha United Ftatea and th western
coast of South America, Including larg
quantities of nitrates from Chile and
raw' material generally from South
America, coming northward, and manu
factured goods from Europ and Amer
ica, passing southward. Sixteen vessel
engsged In this trad during the two
months, of which thirteen cam north
ward with raw mated a.'
OeeJei Traa Heavy.
Tb Pacific coast grain trade, includ
ing British Columbia, with Europe, was
carried In ten heavily laden vessels, pass
ing eastward, while eight vessels passed
westward In ballast to return with grain'
, Eight vessels mad th passage with
petroleum from th AUantlo seaboard
and gulf of Mexico to China and Japan.
Finally, th coat trafflo between tb mid
dle Atlantic seaboard states and th Pa
cific coast of North and South Amrlca
fhowed a notable development, employ
ing seven vessels, carrying KSJ tons of
coal. It la understood that the will re
turn with Pacific coast cargoes.
Special Hale Children's Hata, itto, Sat
urday. Benson St Thorn Co.
New Jersey Forest
' "fire Under Control
BLATRSTOWN,; N. J N. S.-A! forest
fir which swept an area two mllea w1de'jlub Wednesday
ana in mues long up th aid of the were present
mountain her from th watergap, waa
reported to be binder control today. Hun
dred of farmers' and volunteer, after
fighting th flame, all night, were sta
tioned today at the edge of th burning
area to prevent th fir from spread lug
Tha situation was so serious last night
ea, a farmer living northeaat
a Mirrhaaed the 14.000 resi
dence of Dr. J. H. Hungate. and will tak
rioaseasion December 1
Among the Hat of municipal Improve
inenta now going on, ar th building of
a block of roment gutter on Main aireet
and the emending of the water mains fur
two blocks on Kidora. avenue.
A aeries of revival meeting ar la
progreee at the Methodtet church. Th
meetings are being conducted by Rev. A.
B. Wachtel and aa'oclatea, Monro Lants
and A. W. Campbell.
County Commlaelonera Heebner, Jor
dan and Fit were 4a town Wednesday,
looking over the proposition of putting
in a new bridge atroee tho Weeping
Water creek in the southeast , part of
Qua Hunterman of Berlin was a visitor
In our city Tuesday.
W. E. Miller and wif of IJnooln were
Sunday visitors here.
A girls' choir haa been organised at the
Jarob Opp and daughter, Elsie, were
Omaha visitors Thursday.
; Mrs. Otto Brooks and son, Gordon,
were Lincoln visitors this week.
Mrs. E. B. Qulnton Is spending the
week with her daughter at Nehawka.
Mlaaea Beth Graham and Elale Trook
war Weeping Water visitors Saturday.
Mrs. C.' A. Davis of Kansas City la
spending the week with Avoca relatives.
Nels Hogard and family of Weeping
V ater were visitor at th Oxford, Sun
day. uarmon Beck and wife of near Murray
were visiting at th J. M. Dunbar hom
Mrs. R. D. Smith of Lincoln was her
aeveral days this week vleitlng Avoca
W. U Ufllln snd wife of Council Bluffs
were vlnltlng relatives her the first of
Mrs. Ruth Trook and daughter, Elalo,
were visiting with relatives near Auburn
Mrs. Isaao Ellsworth and daughter.
Margaret, are her from Nebraska City,
Tha teachers of th Avoca schools ware
attending the state teachers' meeting at
Omaha this week.
Tb Woman's club met with Mrs. M. O.
Keedy Wednesday afternoon. A very
Interesting meeting was held.
Miss Bertha Smoots, who la attending
school at Bethany, spent a few days thla
week visiting her parents her.
A - thank of faring service for the
Christian orphanage at Omaha will be
held at th Christian churoh Saturday
The next number of the entertainment
course will be held Thursday night, No
vember 11. "The American Glrle" will be
Mrs. Condron visited her nieces at Cal
houn last week.
Mis. Kopp went to Lincoln the last of
th week to visit Floyd.
Mra. L. P. Byars returned to tier hom
In Benson Thursday . morning.
Mra Hilda Hall cam out from Omaha
Tuesday to nurse Mrs. It. Byars.
Mrs. F. C. Kennedy and children and
Mrs. Ingram spent. Thursday In Waterloo.
W. 8. Eddy, who was Ul with a svr
cold several daye. Is able t b at work
; ' '
, Mra. Monahon entertained in u inn any
All iweiv nivmvui
pmrrlnte games and dancing passed a
inoet pleaaqnt evening.
J. 1. H yr and faml;r of Omaha were
railing on friends here laat Hunday. ,
The barer given by th Royal Neigh
bors on Tuesday afternoon aa well at
tended and everything was aold. A large
Minher attended the oyster sjpper at 6
Frank Comte. Jr., returned from Cherry
county last Monday.
Miss Clara Mlnturn returned from a
three weeks' vacation.
A. E. Dunn of Betlevu was her th
fore part of th week.
Superintendent O'Brien of th Stat
fixherles was here loet Monday.
Mra. B. O. Salisbury of Lincoln spent ,
Sunday with fcprlngfield friend.
Mrs. Oliver . Hlshllng and Mrs. John'
Korba are visiting James White. I
Mr. and Mra. P. O. Munt snd daugh- !
ter have gone to Atchison on a visit. ,
Thomas Connor, an old realdent of thla ,
county, died laat Sunday. Interment at i
Mra. Sheldon Hubbard and Mrs. Ia M. 1
Pall are spending the week In (lien-1
Mr. and Mra. James Brieley have gone .
to Bourbon, Mo., wher they will reaide
In the future.
Mra. F. P. MeC endless has returned
from Kempton, N. D., wher she has
been spending the summer.
W. R Wykert and W. S. Ely of this
neighborhood were elected county com- i
mlesloners at the Tuesday election. I
Th drill team of the incet Royal 1
Neighbors helped the Louisville lodge Ini- '
tlate members In their lodge last Wtdnes
J. M. El well, W. E. Bates, W. J. Arm- .
strong and J. C. Miller, representing th
local Masonic lodge, went to Platririiouth
and preeented a bronse Jordan medal to
J. T. Bingo, who is the oldest tnembci
of tha lodge here.
Th Springfield Woman's club waa re- ,
organised at th hom of Mr. W. H.
Dnvldson laat week and elected Mrs. W.
H. Davidson nreatdent mih urK
Peters vice president, Mrs. Harvey Weeth
secretary, and Mis. C. A. Besack treas
Mra Ward of Klnnard Is visiting ut
the Henry Spring hom this week. !
The Ladles Aid met at Mr. and Mrs. j
Anderson's tor dinner on Wednesday. 1
Mrs. Henry Hendrlckson of Fremont Is !
visiting at the John Hendrlckson home.
Mra Charley Veatal an I daughter. Itria,
visited Mrs. ti. Ketchley of Omaha Tues
day. , ,
Miss Tva Turner of .Omaha visited town '
Saturday with her slater, Mrs. Charley
Miss Emma Sundall and Dagma Weetnr
gard are hom from Peru for' a few
Mrs. Haverfield and daughter, Elaine,
of North Bend, la visiting at the Will
Hack man home.
Mlsa Harline Brewster, who Is teaching
school at Johnson, Neb., is homo for a
few days' vacation. v
Mr. and Mrs. Fttchwater moved fti
Spauldlng. Neb., Tuesday, where they
will live on a ranch.
Mrs. Watchler of Omaha was enter- '
talned Tuesday at th homo of her slater, ,
Mra. Charley VeataJ.
Mr. and Mrs. Boy Rabins of Hastings.
IS-, motored over Hnnriav and anMt lh
day at the Will Hackman home.
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Thompaen and
family and Mr. and Mra- James John
son visiraa Mr. ana Mrs. liulrlck at
Omaha Sunday. I
Mrs. Lucy Tllller died Thursday morn-
lng at the Wise Memorial hospital in
Omaha, after an Illness of three weeks. '
Deceased was born fn New York state
In ,140 -and came to Nebraska In 1M5.
She was married to Peter Hlller In l7i
Sevan children were born to them, four
of whom are living; Mrs. Ed. Phalan,
Miss Jennie Hlller, Mrs. Everet Purceli
and Mrs. Lars Nelson, all of Irving ton.
Funeral aenvloss will be held from tho
Congregational church Sunday afternoon.
Visiting Teachers and Others Are Offered
Splendid Inducements for Visiting the Wo
men's Dept. of this High Class Store on Saturday
We claim tu sell the best and most stjllh apparel
in town (or the pi Ices. Perhaps you've read that claim
tn our advertising and wondered tf It were true. While)
you are In the city why not Investigate at first hand our'
general claim, and takft advantage of the splendid of
fers in our newly enlarged and Improved women's Deplsf
Saturday While They Last--You
May Buy Suits That Sold For
$24.50, $29.50 and $35.00 for
Broadcloths, poplins, gabardines and cheviots
faultlessly made, in the most approved fashions. All
the popular coITws. ' Regular women's sizes to 43, and
small women's sizes, 32 to 3 8.
Fur Trimmed Coats Are the Style Hit
of the Season ! A
Cheviots and heavy Zebellne overcoat
ings, In new greens, browns and plain
Mack; collars and cuffs of Marten or
Fitch oppossi'm. Words fail to describe
the refined stylishness. ,
Styled and Daintily
Linens, mescalines, crepe de
chines and white voiles, as
well as shirts of black and
white striped ' flannels. No
such waists in any other store.
Every Woman in the
West Should Know Our
Millinery Section Well
For' that reason we're goin
to offer Saturday visitors a big
choice of beautifully trimmed
hats that sold at $10 and ! 12,
OMAHA'S FASTEST GROWING STORE.
1310-18-20 FAUN AM STREET.
We invite open Charge
Accounts from .
Responsible parties '
whether they reside in
Omaha or elsewhere.
Rev. Murman. who will supply the Prea-
bvterlan uliU until April, ana who ar
Mra' Oarrlaon. accompanied by 'Mrs.
Mona'han and Mra. Kopp. motored to
Pr. H. B. Byars arrived frem Wyoming
Monday evening. H was called oy tn
that i.nm.n .h. Ulnesa of his mother.
fighting th. flamea Plr w.rd.a. offered .Th. oek of aod. lu the Clarbu.ld-
men as cents an hour for their service, ulldln. Uiww vacant. .
and warned them that they would b.j Mr an(j Mr. J. J. Miller ar enjoying
find 1 If they defused to assist, Volun-la visit from their daughter, Mrs. John
teer fireman from nearly a suora of town Lloyd, and Fern this week.
and villages la this section of New jr-l Mr. Jo Archer and his mother, Mr..
sey wer ru.hed Into th. district For a 'Jund'ay0'
tlm. last night It appear that th.l Jlrt EpUcopa. tales' Aid
flames might reach thla plae. , ,e'r " dinner and supper In the CJark
ATLANTIC CITT, N. J.. Nov. . Forest building election day and cleared ovr W.
fire twenty-five miles long by ten mllea Th Woman's club gav a very enloy
wlde. sweeping In a northwasUrly diroo- ! Hallow'n social In 2hJLohrt'
tlon toward N.w Ortna, thirty miles ut ynln' Rce,pU W"
shor from AUantlo City. hav. don much Th va.u,y schools closed Wednasdsy
damage. Twenty houses wer destroyed and all the teachers ar In attendance at
at Old Washington, Quaker Bridge. Har- th atate association In Omaha for tha
lavlll and Jenkins, an4 cranberry bogs, t of th w
rop stock and timber wer damaged. A I " ..
tackHring'. d frT Z"V?
lackflrlng and digging trenchea. Th fir .- fri.nda Halloween evening.
""mi .1 wuuvr ciriuio, proDaDly rrom
a match carelessly thrown by a burner.
Mra. M. Oabrtel of Omaha was th guest
of her later, Mrs. J. R. Wilson. Saturday.
Ira Beadle haa returned from Niobrara,
where he has been employed on a sur
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Simon hav
moved to Oretna, where they expect to
Mrs. O. K. Gaines was a passenger to -Missouri
Valley, la., on Monday.
C. C. Marshall returned reoently from
an xtenaea visit in onto .and New York.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Roberts and young
son wer visitors to Kennard Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans Nallson or Kennard
vlalted over Sunday with relatives east
F. P. VanWtckl of Tork. Neb., an old j
resident here, psssed through here Friday
on his way to Blair. i
Harold Weber left tha first of th week
for Annapolis, Md., where he will attend
the military academy.
r,9 Cunningham, feather renovator at
Blair, ha been cleaning feathers In
town the Inst couple of weeks. l
Mrs. 'A. E. Whitlow left Sunday for
Orant City, Mo,, when she went to at
tend the funeral of her grandfather.
Clyde Calvert, who was working east
wwn, anparxea tor nia noma at Uurant
Okl where he w.ll apend th winter.
Edward and Jack Million returned th
laat of th weak from an extended visit
w.th relatives In Mleaourl and Kansas.
A. Reynold, returned home from
tort Morgan. Colo., Tuesday evening,
tlves Pn th w w,th
Carl Black waa thrown from a horse
Wednesday at te moon and sustained a
rraotuied arm. H Is getting well at th
Mr. J. F. Mil), and son, who hav. been
vtait.ni with C. I Harrlaon and family,
returned to their hom. at Sterling. Colo.,
la t Friday.
Mrs. W. Boylea, Miaa Dorothy Taylor,
Mr. and Mra. Frank Hadley of Omaha
visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mra
W 8. Hadley.
Mr. Eva Luak returned to her home at
Macomb, III., Monday morning, after a
three weeke' visit with her brothers here,
the Glllry hoys,
W. H. Hairlson, cashier of the Farm
ers bank at Kennard, waa a business vis
itor her Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Leach departed
Thursday morning for the southern part
of Mls6url, where they will visit friends
and relatives for a few weeks.
T. B. Pawling, a well-to-do farmer in
Sheridan township, north of here, died
Tuesday morning. He was born in Ire-,
land and was about 0 years old.
Adolf Att celebrated his birthday last
Mrs. J. O. Seefus was an Omaha visitor
Charley Wltte entertained some friends
A daughter was born last week to Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Rolfs.
Claus Holllng and family visited Sun
day at the August Reaach home.
Mlsa Anna Heldt. of Tutan. was visit
ing Miss Ella Hansen this week.
B. B. Sterrloker and family visited
Sunday at the B. B. Baldwin home.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brugman are the
parents of a, daughter born Monday.
Mra Hans Peets Is visiting at the home
of her parauts, Mr. and Mrs. A.-J. Mockel
man. Mrs. William Morrison and sons, George
and Robert, were shopping In Omaha
Mra. J. Henington entertained a num
ber of her friends at a party Monday
James Calvert, wife and baby motored
down Sunday from Columbus, to visit
his mother. t .
Mra B. F. Calvert returned Saturday
from a week's visit at Gretna with her
brother, John Haney and family.
Mlaa Weeta Betta. of Benson, visited
Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister.
Mrs. J. A. Gibbons and husband.
Adolf Otte has commenced the laying
of a foundation for his new residence
on the lot he recently purchased of Julius
John Jeffries waa here Monday visiting
old friends. He recently returned from
rian Franclaco. where he haa spent four
Sears In tha t'nlted Stntes nsvy. He
gained promotion In wireless telegraphy
and hospital work.
Here are the Loveliest Boots of the year f
Tops in Dreadnought Cloth in fawn, Grey
or Black tilth Patent Vamps and Louis
, Specially Priced
f -' v..
to B In
r-l"w a era
The prevailing "styles (ri Wo
men's ' Skirts demand - the
: Prettiest of Hoots and here
they are! , -. ' 'h
, (ark Ktdsey t.dj at Oaet.
fbar Is such ready actio tat Pey
Kidney Pills you feel. their healing from
th very flr dose. Backacha, weak, son make their home.
kidneys, painful bladder and Irregular ac- , Mlaa Gertrude fMpherd of Kansas City
tlon disappear with their us. O. Palmer. a the gueat of Mrg. 8. M. Pike th
Oresn Bay, Wis., say: "My wlf la rap- flr,t of lh" ek'
dua solely to Toley Kidney Pill." And their horn In th country Halluw.'a
v. r. iiuunana, cicnoison, Ut, snys,
,"Juat a few doses mad rrv feel .better,
and bow my pains and rheumatism ar all
gone and I sleep all alght long." All
dealers everywhere. Advcrtlsemaat
11502 S.10th Et.
Phone D. 7658
Harry McConneU of Omaha is with hi
mother thla week.,
. Mra Mary Harmon of Avoca vlalted
frienda her Thursday. i
MIks Gladls Wet la hom from Brow
nell Hall for a week's atay.
Mra. Wolfe of fttanton, Ia.. ha. been
vlstUng Nehawka frleuda this week.
Miss May Valler or Eight Mil Orov
la a guest at th Cunningham hom.
Halph , Opp of lavenworth. Kan., la
her tor a week's visit wilt hom folks.
John Griffith Is visiting friends her.
He t an exile from his bom In Mexico.
' G. K. Vwltser has Just returned from
a two months' stay at bis boyhood bom
Tuesday Mrs. H 'handler took her lit I la
i son to Lincoln for a surslcal operation
on hi ear. , .....
Heury PolUrd and famll hav returned
from aa all aumnier stay si th old hum
Mra. Oaurg Holm, left Wednesday
for har home In Kawllna Wyo., after a
tmo weeka' visit with relatives.
Thursday Mra. el A. Klrkpatrtok en
tertfelmtd at dinner llradum Ounnlng
ham, Banning. Miss May V'alUry and
Rev. Btebert and family hav returned
from Fprlngfleid. III., wher they wer
called by the receut death of Mr. iUe
Mr. Iouls Icaleur. J. R. Wilson, A.
E. Insdou, Arch Morrison and P. D.
McCtormick attended th funeral of Tom
Connor at Gretna Tuesday.
Th senior, and Junior. ' of th. ' high
school celebrated Hallowe'en by hiking
out to a deaerted houae on a farm Went
of town. The uaual Hallowe'en games
war played and a camp fir supper was
Mrs Hans Lbbrt cel.br ted har birth
Mrs. Walker and daughter of Omaha
noi th week-end with Mra, Leach ana
Mr. and Mra Ray Decker attended th
bog social given by th Elk City school.
Mra. OdU and daughter. Vara, left
AV'trtnesday for. a visit with relative at
A baby girl arrived Tuesday evening at
the home of Mr. and Mra Fred Paulsen.
Th new Oft hall will b formally
opeovd to th puulto on Saturday even
ing, November T.
Charlea Grau waa el.-ted luetic of the
peace, receiving II votea out of 160.
Ji.iry Wilt was elected road auper
vlaor. Mlaa Pearl 8'imner, Resale and Flor
ence Orau entertained about forty . of
thoir frienda at a liallowe'eu party. Ap-
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STORE OF THE TOWN
The suits for men and young
men that we are displaying are
the last ' "word" and embrace
tlie new quarter-lined arid the
new braided coats, in the new
shades of brown and oxfords
that are so popular at this time,
$15 to $40
i.- c - S
Overcoats $.15 to $50
Brbvning, King & Co.
CEO. r. WILSON. Mgr.
For Our Little Busy Bees
WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY LITTLE GIRL T
' THIS WEEK? -
This doll's name is
DOROTHY. Some say
she ia even more ' beauti
ful than Alice. Anyway,
she is certainly very
pretty, with her dark
hair and eyes; beauti
fully dressed, and 25
' "V a.-;;
Borotby WW be gtvea
"... Free t the Uttl gtrl.
. nad.r it y.ars - aye, ,
JUat brtage or aaalJs aa
tb. larg eat . aumber i f
doll's plot area cut nt f
; tk - Dally . . and . , Buaday
Be b.f.r 4 p. aw Satur
day, Her. Tfc.
Herspicture will be iu
'. The Bee every day this
week. Cut them all out
' and ask your friends to
save the pictures in
their paper for you, ' txx
See how many pictures
. pf Dorothy you can gpt,
and be. sure to turn them
. in to The Bee off ieft be
fore 4 p. in., Sat. .Nov. 7.
If yoti don't win this DolMa,
perhaps you c.n get one next
week. Only on doll will be
-Wen to any oue peraon-
You can sec Dorothy at The Bee Office
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